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Cristiano Ronaldo is a physical specimen and he perfectly illustrated that by performing an impressive leap on Saturday.
The Portuguese superstar continued his prolific campaign for Juventus by bagging a superb brace including a ridiculous headed goal.
In the second-half, Cristiano Ronaldo produced a brilliant leap to beat his marker and head in his sides third goal of the night.
' GOAL! '
Two headers within two minutes!
64' Antonino Barilla :yellow_heart::blue_heart:
66' Cristiano Ronaldo ⁰⁰:white_circle::black_circle:
Juventus now lead 3-1! pic.twitter.com/E6H0bVkoh5
- Eleven Sports (@ElevenSports_UK) February 2, 2019
Ronaldo's a physical freak man. His leap is out of this world. Had a lucky deflected goal and an "assist" earlier in this game but there's nothing lucky about that one.
Side note - Mandzukic's impact on this Juve team cannot be understated. Perfect foil to Ron.
- EiF (@EiFSoccer) February 2, 2019
That leap. But, of course, we've seen this spring before.
Remember the day Cristiano Ronaldo surpassed the goal post height against levante which was 8ft. Beast:heart: pic.twitter.com/1LAQ0XU9Fw
- EL CAPITANO (@capitan_sr4) February 3, 2019
The 33-year-old has 17 Serie A goals to his name in just 22 games, and is now the leading scorer in the league.
He's enjoying another remarkable term following his mega-transfer from Real Madrid in the summer.
Despite his goal-scoring heroics, Juventus weren't able to secure victory as they squandered a two-goal lead, eventually drawing with Parma 3-3.
"This is football, I'm happy for the goals but not for the draw," Ronaldo said.
"Parma waited for our mistakes, in the final we lowered a bit and Parma took advantage of our I repeat, this is football, unfortunately.
"The fault of the workloads, I do not think that's it, it was just our tactical mistakes, football is like that, everybody looks at Juventus because it's the best team, we have to be calm. If we are worried? No worries, we trust the team, the coach and the staff. They all work very well and we are all calm, it will be a great year for Juventus."
Meanwhile, Juventus resume their league campaign next Sunday versus Sassuolo.
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